Pittsburgh Film Office
The tragedy in Colorado puts a cloud over Pittsburgh’s debut in “The Dark Knight Rises.” But could there be a long term effect? This was supposed to be the day for Pittsburgh to shine on big screens all over the world. But that was before Aurora.
It’s looking like a busy spring in the ‘Burgh as two movie production companies have already given the thumbs up.
Dawn Keezer, director of the Pittsburgh Film Office, says that a handful of movie production companies are currently scouting locations here.
The 10th Street Bridge will experience several road closures on Thursday until Friday morning.
Filming for the movie “One Shot” featuring Tom Cruise may be wrapping up at the Stanwix Garage today, but the cast and crew will be calling Pittsburgh home into the new year.
A movie production will close a lane of the Fort Duquesne Bridge. The closure will happen in one southbound lane between 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19.
“The Dark Knight Rises” will be filming in downtown Pittsburgh Friday and that means another set of road closures.
Tom Cruise could be the latest Hollywood star coming to Pittsburgh to make a movie. A film called, “One Shot” might be filming here.
Production on “The Dark Knight Rises” begins Friday, July 29, and the Pittsburgh Film Office has now released a long list of traffic advisories.
An urgent casting call has been put out for “Steel Town.” The film stars Maggie Gyllenhaal. Extras are needed for shooting that will take place on June 27, 28 and 29.
The movie “Steel Town” needs “new faces” for a three-day shoot in Pittsburgh June 22, 23 and 24th. For more details, visit the Pittsburgh Film Office’s Website.
For four weeks this summer, Hollywood is coming to Pittsburgh for the filming of the new “Batman” movie.